The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 9, 1908 · Page 4
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The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 4

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THE BAKBRSPIBLD CALXPORNIAN WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1908. This Man Says; "Everybody Looks up to the Well Dressed Man." Everybody looks up to the well dressed man; good clothes are an asset; they add to a man's value to himself, and to the value others put on him. -' You're probably not an expert in clothes; few of us are, If you were, you'd want to know something about the inside "vitals" of the suit or overcoat you buy. As it is, you take somebody's word for it, and some chances. We offer-you our assurance of quality, and back it with [our unfailing guarantee of security. We offer you also the Stein-Bloch name it stands for everything thats good in clothes. Christmas Suggestions For Men's Gifts Choosing a gift for a man causes no worry or anxiety if you come to Hochheimer's. Our men's store is just brimming over with real sensible and appreciative gifts for men! Let these suggestions help yon: Lounging Robe* Suit Cases Silk Pajamas Fancy Hosiery Neckwear Handkerchiefs Gloves Suspenders Hats Shirts Umbrellas You'll see the value in the overcoats we'll show you; the honest fabrics, the careful tailoring, the smart style, the correct fit. We have too many models to give in detail; there's something here for every taste and choice; new ideas in late fabrics, grays, stripe's, Scotch rough cloths; made with all the swagger effects. Jack McClurg and F. K Undeay, lie well known oil men of Fresno, are |u town, coming In from their propcT- ln Midway last evening. CITY BRIEFS. McDonald's Fam ous Candies We have just put in « line »i these fine candies awarded five gold medals throughout the world for quality. Try some. Annett's Bakery 102719th St. Phone M 390 ! Stole Apples—Henry Vincent and A. ; I laydon, two Frenchmen, were arrest| ed by Constable Newell last night , on complaint of tho keeper of the Ellis Mi-nit stand on Chester avenue between j Seventeenth and Eighteenth street. The men took several apples from the [display trays. Witnesses reported the | TI 1 nflR 4TC DIIHI 11 then xo charge win be n,ea e<- itlADUlvAlL DUKI^ | "Missouri" Laid Up—"Misotiri" j Carlisle, the court house janitor, is j confined to his home with a badly Injured leg. A few wt-'Us ago he' fell I through a ladder, brulslnR and sldn- Inlnj; the limb considerably. No at- jtontlon was paid to the injury and In- ftead of getting better it grow worse. FOR HABBY HENTY NOTICE TO HEIRS ON WILL. PROVING City Fish Market ALWAYS A FRESH SUPPLY ON HAND. GIVE US A /TRY. PROMPT DELIVERY. A'iyons 1512-18 Main 977. In the SuiK-rior Court <u the Count? <i! Kern. State of C I )e win in out 2. . Courtroom. Department 'J. of said , nt the Court House In the Coun- y of Kern. State l ' ...... v m 11- 111- -, ..;-•• • •." ~- •«-"»..• -...,.. -,_-<' or Caliloi-niii. nave niiolnUm aK the tinie and place ovlnev the will of said James in. tUfceased, now on tile In Haul and for nearlnir. the aniilicatlon i. Wblttonuire. for the issuance In the Matter of the Kstate of James Goodwin, deceased. Notice IH hereby clven. that Monday. the aist dav of Ueeeuitier. A. I). I'.tOS. lit 'i o'clock, p. m. of that dav, ami the cour, ft , f fe»".iwn. ?' * ' ~ teen aniioliitt! for rin Court. . of A. 1) , to him of letter (U'orue Flournoy, Attoniev for Petitioner. Dated Dec. 'J. A. D. UiOS. 1^ 0 NOTES AND^PERSONALS. J. F. Lynch, the Stockton oil man, Is here today. B. Beardsley came In from Marlcopa last evening. T. Spatch has returned from LOH An- Keles and reports Mrs. Spatch, who had an operation on her throat Sunday, to bolDg as well as could be expected. Last rites were said tats morning cn-cr the body of Harry Henty, tho well known Englishman who dlea at Democrat Springs last week. Funeral services were held at the undertaking parlors of Dlxon & Sons at 11 o'clock. j Rev. W. H. Weiman of the Presbyter. fan church pronounced the prayers I and In a well spoken eulogy paid trlb- j ute to the memory of the departed I one . Interment was In Union ceme- jtery. Dell Hill, who had known Ilenty for almost a score of years, and Tom "Owens, arranged the funeral, which was well attended by many who knew Henty during hisllfetlme. There were a number ov' beautiful floral pieces. The funeral was one of the most costly ever held In the city; Often during his lifetime Henty expressed tin; wish that when he died he be buried in the best casket and clothes that money could buy. This wish was communicated to the Dlxons by Mr. Hill. ! A flash-light photograph was taken of .'hq casket, a couch affair, containing the body as It lay In state this morn- Ing. The pall bearers were Tom Owens, DeU Hill, Ed Smith, Lafe Smith, Peter r Lannl and J. Darner. Associated Supply Company Oil Well Tools and Supplies Phones Main 19 and 1O26 5TORRS AT Oilcenter, McKitricK and

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